APEX IG Cookbook Update

Here is an update (revision 2) of the Interactive Grid Cookbook. You can download it here. This revision adds an example of reordering rows. This has been asked for on the APEX discussion forums. The example is a task list editing page. The example also shows a workaround for the “no data found” error that […]

APEX Interactive Grid Cookbook

[This app has been updated] At Kscope17 I gave a presentation called “APEX 5.1 Advanced Interactive Grid” that showcased many examples of whats possible with APEX Interactive Grids once you get into advanced customization. I didn’t show how the examples were implemented. I could go deep on one or two examples or show many and […]

APEX Client-Side Validation

There is a new little known sorta feature in APEX 5.1 called client-side validation. You may have missed it because it is not listed in the release notes under new features and only mentioned cryptically, almost tangentially, in the release notes section “Compatibility Mode Changes in Mode 5.1”. It says “… buttons where the Execute […]

Add Checkbox Selection to APEX Tree Region

Hopefully you have already converted to the APEX Tree implementation. This is important because the deprecated jsTree implementation will be removed in the next release of APEX so that we can update jQuery and Oracle JET libraries to the latest versions. Some people are still using the jsTree implementation because they have custom code to […]

How to hack APEX Interactive Grid Part 4

In this fourth and final part of the series I’ll cover events and working with the data model. I’ll assume you have read parts 1, 2, and 3 and have at least intermediate level experience with APEX and JavaScript. A very important point is that the information in this article applies to APEX version 5.1.1. […]

APEX Interactive Grid API Improvements in 5.1.1

Normally there isn’t too much excitement around a patch set release but if you are programming Interactive Grid (IG) then APEX 5.1.1 is a big deal. A number of improvements were made to IG and its component parts that make it easier to configure and control from JavaScript and in some cases make possible things […]